AMC Networks Now Have Over 2 Million SVOD Subscribers

AMC Networks has just announced that their streaming video on-demand services have reached two million subscribers. This means that the company has reached their subscriber goal for 2019.

This number includes Acorn TV, Shudder, Sundance Now, and UMC. Acorn TV alone reached one million subscribers in September.

“AMC Networks continues to lead in the targeted SVOD category. We are building loyal and engaged fan communities around our growing services and our momentum affirms our strategy of super serving distinct premium audiences,” said AMC CEO Josh Sapan.

“From a financial perspective, our offerings are efficient and attractive, with a large addressable market. We spend much less on programming and marketing than the general entertainment streaming services, and we are able to achieve scale at much lower subscriber levels. As a result, our subscribers have very attractive long-term values.”

Sapan added: “As the market for this category evolves, consumers are increasingly complementing their general entertainment subscriptions with our services, which are becoming ‘must-have’ destinations for each of our target audiences.”

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